High-Quality Wigs For Women Patients in Knoxville, TN

Wigs to Restore Confidence

Your Local Source for Lash & Brow Gel & Natural-Looking Wigs

Many breast cancer patients must undergo chemotherapy or radiation treatment, which can take a toll on the body. Hair loss is one of the most common side effects of chemotherapy, although not all types of chemo cause hair loss. If you’ve experienced hair loss due to chemotherapy, Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center (KCBC) offers high-quality, natural-looking wigs in our Knoxville, TN boutique. We carry the leading brands in many head-turning styles, lengths, textures, and colors to restore your confidence.  We also offer Brian Joseph Lash and Eye Brow Gel to help you keep your brows and lashes throughout your treatment.

What Women’s Wig Brands Do You Carry at KCBC’s Boutique?

Not all women’s wigs are created equal. Although there are probably several wig stores in your local area, you likely won’t find a more impressive selection than that at Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center. We’ve scoured the alternative hair industry to bring our patients the best options at affordable prices. Our boutique carries the following brands:

  • HairUWear® -Their most popular brands include Raquel Welch® and Gabor.
  • Jon Renau
  • Brian Joseph™ – Brian Joseph’s™ Lash & Brow Conditioning Gel may be used to maintain your lashes and brows during and after chemotherapy.

What Are Some Tips for Choosing the Right Wig for My Needs?

First and foremost, be sure you need a wig before making the investment. Not all forms of chemotherapy cause significant hair loss. You should start to see hair falling out within the first two to three weeks of chemotherapy. Once it starts to shed, you might want to cut it short before switching to a wig for the most seamless transition. Those interested in matching a wig to their natural hair color should save a lock of hair from the top front of the head.

Have Additional Wig-Related Concerns or Questions? Call Us!

Buying a wig during chemotherapy treatment may feel awkward or overwhelming at first. However, Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center’s caring staff is here to help make it a more empowering experience. Please stop by or contact us at (865) 583-1010 if you have any questions or concerns.